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Off Camera Lighting 1 - Taking the Light Off of the Camera

  • Nov 10, 2013 · 12:00 PM
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This class is the first in a four part series on off camera lighting.  Classes will meet on the second Sunday of each month until they are finished.  Attendees must sign up for all four classes and pay the total fees up front.  The fees for this event cover all four classes in the series.  Once an attendee signs up for the first class they will be automatically rsvp'd for each of the additional classes.

Earlier we held a survey event to whet everyone's appetite as to the infinite photographic possibilities that become available to the photographer who knows how to control their own light.  This event is the first in a four part series of classes that will take a much more comprehensive look at how light it is controlled for photographic purposes.

In this first class we will learn what it means to take your light off of the camera.  Why would you want to do that?  How is it done?  What equipment does one need to accomplish this?  All of these questions will be addressed and attendees will be encouraged to participate to better drive home the topics discussed.  The class will be taught in a fully equipped commercial photographic studio so students need only bring their cameras and any note taking materials they may wish to use. 

Refund policy:  Since advance sign up for these classes is required, the refund policy will only allow for refunds if a student pulls out of the class five days before the first class takes place on November 10th.  Refunds will be subject to Amazon's transaction fees.

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  • Scott

    one comment i wanted to make before tomorrow's class is that if you have any of your own lighting gear that you're interested in learning how to make work you are encouraged to bring it.

    November 9, 2013

  • David P.

    I'm glad we're doing this and hope we can schedule soon some limited attendance studio events for photographers who already are pretty comfortable with studio lights. It's great that we are increasing the size of the pool of folk who can handle artificial light. Thanks to the organizers.

    October 13, 2013

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